... where it's not about the camera.
I've been experimenting with time-lapse photography. Here's a fun little example I did on the spur of the moment. This represents about an hour and a half in one minute. Shot on a Nikon D200 camera with a 10mm fisheye.
Cool! You've found another interesting way to see the world around us. I can see this as a whole new series.
Fabulous idea! I will have to put this experiment on my to do list.
Fun! What a great experiment:)
What was the blinking light over the 3rd light from the front of the space? Very cool.
The "blinking light" is a reflection on a spinning ceiling fan.
Lovely work.I also found this gem in time-lapse photography recently on Vimeo:http://vimeo.com/8540978"One year in 120 seconds"
You might give this a spin next time. Time lapse + kitchen timer = panoramic time lapse!
That "one year in 129 seconds" looks like the technique they used on "Planet Earth". It's a little different from straight time-lapse... some video blending going on. I like that panning device... much cheaper than the professional gear!
Very cool. 'Love the girls holding things up to the camera from time to time.
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